The film chosen: Man on fire (2004) film character: John Creasy (Denzel Washington) Informed Positions Now that you have collected evidence about V’s motivations for killing, you should narrow down which aspects you will include in the scope of your evaluation. Instead of arguing that V is justified or unjustified for all of the people he kills, determine which ones or aspects you can fully address in this essay. Which aspects (character or characters, relationships, circumstances, methods, motivations) will you include in your essay so that you can argue your position fully within the length requirements of the essay? Which film character are you evaluating for the Evaluative Essay? Include the film title. (For MLA, film and book titles should be capitalized and in italics, so make sure you follow those guidelines here and in your essay.) Depending on your film, you may need to also narrow down which aspects you will include in your evaluation of the film character. Which aspects (character or characters killed by the film character) will you include in your essay? Which ways of evaluating apply to V from the graphic novel, to either justify or condemn V’s motivations to kill the character(s) in your narrowed focus? (For example, you may judge him by guidelines from his authority figures or by his mental culpability). Include the ways of evaluating that make him look good and bad. Review the course materials on Evaluating Morality to help you. Which ways of evaluating apply to the film character you chose, to either justify or condemn his/her/their motivations to kill the character(s) in your narrowed focus? Include the ways of evaluating that make the character look good and bad. Which ways of evaluating V do you think are the most important? Explain. Which ways of evaluating the film character do you think are the most important? Explain. What interesting similarities and/or differences do you notice between V and the film character? Explain.